A tropical resort paradise overrun by dead-eyed, single-minded creatures that vaguely resemble humans, there shambling movements parodying the utter lifelessness all around them. I am not talking about Techland's Dead Island. This is Go Vacation ... something far scarier.
For if there's one thing more numerous, tougher to kill, and infinitely more deadly than zombies, it's minigames.more
Adam excitedly sent this into our tips line, and I figured he was just being silly. Especially after watching the trailer above, which starts off admittedly rough. But in a Shyamalan twist, things go from Wii Sports Resort-c...more
Remember last year when Microsoft said it was rebooting Phantom Dust? Me neither!
It's been a while since we've heard about the project, but now we have some juicy details compliments of creative director Ken Lobb in a recent...more
We don't attend videogame trade shows for their "PR impact," but it is interesting to hear that gamescom is gaining on E3 as far as that measurement is concerned. Analytics company ICO Partners says that the European event is...more
In a move that should shock absolutely no one, it appears that Sony actually did rewrite bits and pieces of its E3 2013 presentation after witnessing Microsoft's own announcements crash and burn.
Sony Computer Entertain...more